Good night tumblr. It has been a very long day. Your cheers and well wishes helped me get through it. Hoping to get some proper sleep now.
A kindly old man who I assume volunteers for the hospital just came by with a book and magazine cart and loaned me a book about an advocacy lawyer named Teresa.
A friend in Oklahoma City wants to get started on transitioning, and they’ve asked if I knew of any good resources, such as reputable therapists, doctors, endocrinologists and so on. I’d like to help them with this. Does anyone in the area have any recommendations? Feel free to send me a private ask if you’d prefer.
Dr. Rumer just let me know everything went great. R should be awake in about an hour, at which point I cannot promise bleary selfies, but will certainly encourage them. — Gement
Rabbis David, Itzik, and Menachem are arguing over whether a certain item of food is kosher or not. David and Menachem hold that the food is not kosher, and have a whole list of examples de’orayta and de’rabanan to back their viewpoint up. Itzik holds that the food is kosher, and has his own wealth of de’orayta and de’rabanan citations to fall back on.
The debate rages on for days, with no indication that they’ll ever reach a consensus. Finally, exhausted and at his wits’ end, Itzik shouts to the sky, “If I am right, let HaShem Himself declare it so!”
The rabbis’ mouths open wide as the clouds above part, a ray of light comes down from the Heavens, and a thundering voice calls out, “Rabbi Itzik is correct! The food is kosher and so can be eaten!”
Rabbi David shrugs and says, “Eh, so now it’s tied.”